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2012 The Guggenheim Museum presents an installation by Mexican artist Gabriel Orozco titled "Asterisms". The show features thousands of objects Orozco collected from the wildlife reserve Isla Arena in Mexico and the Pier 40 playing fields on Manhattan's west side - including glass bottles, lightbulbs, buoys, tools, stones, and oars.

Guggenheim Museum presents an installation by Mexican artist Gabriel Orozco titled "Asterisms",

Gabriel Orozco’s diverse and playful practice, which includes sculpture, photography, painting and video, explores philosophical conundrums through random encounters and spatial relationships.

Gabriel Orozco’s diverse and playful practice, which includes sculpture, photography, painting and video, explores philosophical conundrums through random encounters and spatial relationships.

Can't wait to hear Gabriel Orozco speak at Art Basel MB!

Extreme Sport Courts - Laurent Perbos has taken the usually tame sport of tennis and put it in some odd (and sometimes hazardous) locations. From a floating tennis court.

Gabriel Orozco Transforms Coastal Trash into a Colorful Art Installation at the Guggenheim | Inhabitat New York City

Gabriel Orozco Transforms Coastal Trash into a Colorful Art Installation at the Guggenheim...

On view at the Guggenheim in New York, Gabriel Orozco’s Sandstars is a carefully organized and photographed collection of debris from .

Gabriel Orozco’s diverse and playful practice, which includes sculpture, photography, painting and video, explores philosophical conundrums through random encounters and spatial relationships.

Gabriel Orozco’s diverse and playful practice, which includes sculpture, photography, painting and video, explores philosophical conundrums through random encounters and spatial relationships.

Artist: Gabriel Orozco  "Four Bicycles (There Is Always One Direction)" 1994, Bicycles, 6’6” x 7’4” x 7’4” (198.1 x 223.5 x 223.5 cm), Carlos and Rosa de la Cruz Collection  ©2009 Gabriel Orozco

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Gabriel Orozco presents a two-part sculptural and photographic installation "Asterisms". Thousands of collected objects, retrieved from the shores of a natural reserve in Mexico and a playing field in New York, form the core of the commissioned work for the Deutsche Guggenheim. The idea that can be read both as a criticism of civilization and a poetic topography

Mexican- American artist Gabriel Orozco brings to you his first solo exhibition called Asterisms at the Guggenheim Museum in New York.

Gabriel Orozco - Asterisms installation by the Mexican-born artist comprising thousands of items of detritus he gathered at two sites-a playing field near his home in New York and a protected coastal biosphere in Baja California Sur, Mexico, which is also the repository for flows of industrial and commercial waste from across the Pacific Ocean.

Gabriel Orozco: Asterisms is a two-part sculptural and photographic installation by the Mexican-born artist comprising thousands of items of detritus he gathered at two sites.

gabriel orozco: asterisms at the guggenheim

gabriel orozco: natural motion at the kunsthaus bregenz

image courtesy of sandstars / gabriel orozco: asterisms at the guggenheim - nyc

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Gabriel Orozco, in Empty Club, London, commissioned by Artangel

Gabriel Orozco, in Empty Club, London, 1996, commissioned by Artangel
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